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LO'JO, the mighty French musical pioneers from Angers, present their new album "Fonetiq Flowers" There are times when we half-listen to an old friend natter, convinced we can predict what they’ll say next. There are times when we buy the latest book by a famous author, with no intention of actually reading it, simply because their prose shook us in our youth. How easily we forget that people change, progress, and rebel. We forget that life is often only a...

Les Amazones d'Afrique @ Southbank Centre

Experience the power of Les Amazones d’Afrique, an all-female collective of west African musicians campaigning for gender equality. The ‘supergroup’ brings together acclaimed musicians fighting...

Les Fauristes Chamber Choir and Orchestra present Mozart's Solemn Vespers of the Confessor & Coronation Mass 9 & 11 June at 7.30pm

After their last sold out concert in Paris, les Fauristes chamber choir and Orchestra will present Mozart's Solemn Vespers of the Confessor & Coronation Mass. The concert, conducted by Blandine de...

Charles Aznavour at the Royal Albert Hall on 30th June

Following his sell-out shows here in 2013, 2014 and 2015, legendary singer-songwriter Charles Aznavour returns once more to become the oldest artist to ever headline the Royal Albert Hall. The...

Amadou & Mariam

Hear husband and wife musical duo Amadou & Mariam play from their latest album, La Confusion, in Royal Festival Hall. With the release of La Confusion, their eighth international album, two of...

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 FREE  Enlightenment Philosophy and Masonic Spirituality (conference in French)

Conference in French by Dr Alain-Noel Dubart, former Great Master of the Grande Loge de France. What is the legacy of the Enlightenment philosophy? Does a humanist and rational philosophy still make sense in our cities today? Can it still be heard? Has French Freemasonry inherited it? And beyond philosophical or speculative research, can we speak of a Masonic spirituality? If so, what did it become and what is it at the beginning of the 21st century?

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Monet and Architecture @ The National Gallery

This is a new way of looking at Monet’s work. It shows how he used architecture to create his compositions, both in his most famous paintings and lesser-known works. This is the first time in...

 FREE  Outsider Art Exhibition @ Josephine Clavel Project.

The gallery presents 3 artists inspired by the "CoBrA" art movement and "Art Brut" ( Jean Dubuffet designated movement). Their style is based on spontaneity and experiment. Inspired by Primitive...


Do not miss this year's festival organised by Exchange Theatre. Since 2007, the company has been very proud to hold an annual festival, mixing bilingual professional productions with bilingual amateur dramatics. The event grows from strength to strength and gains more and more success and recognition each year. The 9th edition owned the company an Off West End nomination in the best direction category for the production of The Doctor in spite of Himself, by Molière....

The Sparrows of Paris

Headed by Parisian jazz singer Carolyn Saint-Pé with Pete Watson on accordion, Yûr Yesli on guitar and Julia Doyle on double bass, The Sparrows of Paris transport you in time and space to Paris of the beginning of the 20th century with a repertoire of vintage french chansons (Edith Piaf, Fréhel, Mistinguett, Arletty), jazz-musette and gypsy jazz of the period. With their new album, JAVAS, The Sparrows of Paris bring back to life the javas of yesteryear with two new...


This is the perfect workshop for budding inventors to experiment with science, technology, design, arts & crafts.


Discover the 17 very best short animated films of the 2010-2015 editions, putting the prolific French animation industry in the spotlight.


Embark on an inspiring and creative photographic workshop and develop your snapping skills! Wed 18, 25 Apr | Wed 9, 16, 23 May | Wed 6, 13, 20 June


Explore art history and sharpen your pencils with these hands-on workshops. We recommend to book 5 sessions in a row to insure participants can learn, enjoy and create in the best conditions.


Read, play, sing, grow! Whether you love drawing, reading, clapping or dancing there will be something to enjoy on Wednesdays & Saturdays!

Music Classes for kids in French

Are you looking for a quality weekly Eveil Musical session? Or a one-to-one French-speaking music teacher? Join us for Eveil Musical sessions every week for kids aged 3-6. Every Thursday (term...

Eveil Musical & end of year Music presentation

Are you looking for Eveil Musical classes for September 2018, and you would like to meet us? Or a French-speaking music teacher? Come and meet us for this session ending with a mini concert...

Et Patati Patata Number 1 London French Day Camp. Fulham. 100% French Fun!

Et Patati Patata Number 1 London French Day Camp. Fulham. 100% French Fun!Award winning camp. Learn French without leaving London!

Plays/ Opera back to categories

Tartuffe at the Theatre Royal Haymarket from 25th May

Molière’s classic comedy Tartuffe is set to premiere as the West End’s first dual language theatre production, written in both English and French. The seventeenth century comedy moves to America, where a French film tycoon finds his life uprooted by an American evangelist. Adapted by Christopher Hampton and directed by Gerald Garutti, Tartuffe will premiere for a limited ten week West End run at the Theatre Royal Haymarket from Thursday 25th May 2018.

MISANTHROPE by the Exchange Theatre Company

In an age with ‘alternative facts’ and ‘fake news’ make headlines in newspapers and on TV news, Exchange Theatre reimagines Moliere’s satire on the 17th century French court, The Misanthrope, and relocates it in a 21st century TV newsroom. Costumed in modern dress and surrounded with high tech equipment this production makes relevant this enduring classic as it serves to explore the idea of gossip, innuendo and ultimately fake news.

 FREE  Watch France in London at the 2018 World Cup

All French games will be shown at Bounce Farringdon on the two 12 feet screens with full sound with the first one at 11am on 16 June. Pissaladière available before the game, half time and full time, two man brass band provides the atmosphere, and space for 400+ fans. Not to mention a hot dog and a beer for £5 only. Put your name on the guest's free.

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